EV Webinar Hybrid and Pure Electric Car Technology 2014-2024 Free webinar by Dr Peter Harrop, IDTechEx: Tuesday 10 June This webinar shares some of the research carried out for the new IDTechEx report, “Hybrid and Pure Electric Cars 2014-2024”. www.IDTechEx.com/cars. It encompasses hybrid and pure electric on-road cars, golf cars, neighbourhood electric vehicles NEV […]
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The electric car solution appears to be growing at a strong pace. Read this research report from IDTechEx. IDTechEx finds that the global sale of hybrid and pure electric cars will triple to $178.9 billion in 2024 as they are transformed in most respects. Up-to-date ten year forecasts are provided in this new IDTechEx report, […]
Originally published on Gas2. It has been confirmed that Volkswagen is working on a powerful new battery for its EV fleet. Speaking at the Geneva Motor Show, Dr. Heinz-Jakob Neusser said that “an 80kWh unit is under development using our own technology…
Batteries with longer range remain the biggest issue for ongoing development of the electric vehicle platform. According to the American Chemical Society, researchers are reporting new progress on a “breathing” lithium air battery that has the potential to one day replace the lithium-ion technology of today’s EVs. Read the following press information. A battery that ‘breathes’ […]
Oil subsidiaries may not like the sound of an all-electric transportation fleet. However, it sure addresses many of the issues pertaining to climate change. Read Jake Richardson’s post from Planetsave. [repostus]Billionaire To Support Electric Car Network In London (via Planetsave) Billionaire Vincent Bollore will back an electric car sharing network in London. The system will […]
Buying a car anywhere isn’t cheap (except maybe for India), though there is a growing market for cheap transportation in an increasingly expensive world. It is notoriously expensive to buy a new car in Europe, though a small electric car company plans…
Advances are being discovered in the critical area of energy storage, especially when it comes to electric car batteries. The following press announcement from the University of California Riverside concerns improving batteries for electric cars using old-fashioned pressure cooking. By creating nanoparticles with controlled shape, engineers believe smaller, more powerful and energy efficient batteries can […]
Joined by government and industry leaders, the University of Delaware and NRG Energy are celebrating an important milestone for its eV2g project Friay: becoming an official resource of PJM Interconnection and proving for the first time that electric vehicle-to-grid technology can sell electricity from electric vehicles (EVs) to the power grid.
In simple words, they aim to eliminate the need for public recharging stations, which aren’t yet that common. Using the vehicle to recharge itself while running is the most amazing addition to the electric vehicle world. The plans to implement this technique were first adopted in Japan at the Toyohashi University of Technology lead by Takashi Ohira, an electrical engineering professor.
International Rectifier to Showcase New Automotive Power Platform for Hybrid and Electric Vehicles at PCIM Europe 2012
International Rectifier, a power management technology company, today announced the company will showcase a new power platform for hybrid and electric vehicles at PCIM (Power Conversion Intelligent Motion) Europe 2012 which is being held at the Nuremberg Exhibition Center, Nuremberg, Germany, May 8-10, 2012.
I posted this yesterday on Clean Technica We must encourage multiple discussions on the questions facing us about the the clean fueling solutions we use to take us into a sustainable future. From such discussions, more research and solutions will follow. Look at the comments and participate! Photo: NCDOTcommunications The Gasoline-Free Future and How to […]